KindredInspiration

Printable toddler & preschool learning activities

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania On Etsy since 2018

KindredInspiration

Printable toddler & preschool learning activities

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania | 562 Sales

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On Etsy since 2018

It all started when we planned our first family vacation with a toddler in tow. I was nervous about keeping a highly energetic, easily distracted toddler busy, so I put a bunch of printable activities in a binder for her to play with in the car and during any downtime. I was so impressed by how much she enjoyed it, that I started designing books that specifically targeted her interests as well as physical and developmental milestones. Theses books have been such a lifesaver at restaurants, in waiting rooms, on airplanes, and during car rides that I had to share them with fellow parents and care providers! We love playing with a variety of books at home and on-the-go, and I'm so happy to be able to provide a cost-effective, one-stop shop for other's who want to make a busy book or learning binder for their young children.

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  • Michelle

    Owner, Designer

    I'm a mom with a background in childcare and marketing. When I'm not singing "Baby Shark," I enjoy blogging, walking my doodle, reading books, and crocheting. My tot inspired most of my designs and loves testing my new printable activities.

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Last updated on Oct 12, 2018
Frequently asked questions
What paper should I print my book on?

For the best durability, I recommend printing on cardstock. However, if you use the thicker (5mil) laminating pouches, regular computer paper will be fine.

How do I affix the pieces to the pages?

After you laminate your pages and cut out your pieces, I recommend using small velcro fasteners to attach movable items on your book. You can purchase these velcro fasteners at superstores or craft stores.

First, put a velcro dot on your cut out piece. Second, attach the other velcro side to the velcro you just put on your cut out piece, sticky side out. Third, gently lay the item on the page of your book. When you have it in place, press down, to the second velcro dot sticks to your book page.

Then, your cut out will line up exactly how you want it to on your book!

How can I bind my book?

Bind your book in the best way for you. Some customers keep the pages separate and create file folder games. Others use a three-hole punch to add pages to a busy binder. Personally, I like to have mine bound at a local print shop, which is about $2-3.